Well, here's my report, if anyone cares:
1 - JT jabs away, is much busier. AA mostly just blocks. JT round
2 - Close round. AA lands some stiff jabs, some head shots at end, but JT pumps lots of jabs, some shots to body, a decent right uppercut hook combo, but not a whole lot of offense from either. AA mostly content to play defense and pick occasional moments to punch. Even.
3 - AA mostly defensive, but lands a few solid punches off combos to body and head. JT's punches are mostly blocked. AA round.
4 - JT way too busy for AA, who is content to play D and lash out in occasional spurts, but it is not enough because JT much more consistent. Still, neither land very solidly. JT round.
5 - AA opens up more, although not actually landing very often. JT still more consistent, especially with that peppery jab. JT pacing self and his D isn't too bad. JT lands some to body and head, but AA's punches are much harder. Still, AA not getting in very often despite the crowd going wild every time he lashes out with a hard combo. Even or slight AA.
6 - JT gets a point off for a low blow. He had landed one other earlier in the fight. Every time JT remotely goes low or to the side AA whines like a baby. AA busier now and seems more in control, though not landing solidly all that often. JT not landing, can't penetrate that tight guard of AA's. AA very good with that peekaboo guard. AA 10-8.
7 - JT still pecking away with his jab, but not landing any meaningful shots. AA lands harder, though pace still relatively slow. Mostly an outside fight, slow paced. Best AA punch in the round was a hard hook that seemed to affect JT just a bit. AA round.
8 - JT landed a good right at the start, but didn't seem to realize that he might have gotten to AA a bit. AA hands lower. JT lands more jabs. AA only lashing out here and there. JT busier and more consistent. JT round.
9 - AA rocks JT with a solid right. JT buckled and hurt but moves head and holds. AA didn't do very much to follow up, and seems content to back off and do his same old thing. AA back to his shell. He might be tired, as his output is paltry. But he loads up when he throws. AA hands are down and mouth open but knows when to lift them up when he needs to. Other than that one right, not much from him, but JT didn't do much either, content just to get through the round. AA round.
10 - JT peppers away. AA's sudden offensive lashes of punches are not landing very often. Neither find many openings, but AA more aggressive. Even or AA.
11 - JT much busier and lands more. AA less busy and not landing. AA looks a bit weary, and might be trying to conserve for end. JT round.
12 - AA does almost nothing for the entire round until he suddenly lashes out with a lead left hook that is blocked but follows in combo with a huge fast straight right to the chin that nails JT and mows him straight back to the canvas like a log. JT is stiff and literally frozen on the ground. He can't move as he is counted out. JT's corner enters ring to retire him and the ref waives the fight off, likely during the count. KO12 win for Abraham.
Personally, I think Abraham might be the most beatable of all the guys in the tournament. Kessler beats him easily. Maybe Abraham beats Froch, though I have predicted that Dirrell will beat Froch. We'll see.